Skip to comments.Cannabis industry org forms to “be ready” for national legalization
Posted on 06/17/2017 12:05:51 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
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you people(weed proponents) are insane....
Freedom. This is not an issue for constitutionalists. Pot does less damage than alcohol, but if it did more damage it still isn’t one of the more important fish we have to fry right now. Freedoms aren’t just the ones you already enjoy. They are for other people too, who may choose other pursuits than you.
Trump ain’t gonna legalize weed
Man no kidding
Where I live you go to Walmart in low rent white areas and 90 percent of the women are morbidly obese
And half the white women are unmarried with mulatto kids
Not quite what I meant but, yeah.
You’re probably right about Trump not legalizing pot but that’s one bet I wouldn’t put money on.
Meanwhile crack open a bud with dad or sip some bourbon with him
That’s just great
It’s frigging poison
Marijuana ain’t crap compared to the destruction of that venom
I’m not too big on alcohol myself. I’ll have a rum and OJ once in a while and sip on it for three hours or a BelHaven Ale when it’s hot. And likewise nurse it for hours.
“What were saying is, Lets take control’”
It shouldn’t surprise me, but it does, that there’s so many cannabis proponents that want to go the route of massive governmental regulation and control, rather than just decriminalizing it, or going the route CA and NV did by simply allowing adults to grow a certain quantity of plants and have up to a certain amount of the weed on their person. Many of these same proponents WANT to settle for less freedom and more new taxes.
>> Kline said he was drawn to the position because, Cannabis legalization is the purest form of democracy Ive ever seen. <<
Yo, dude - put down the lighter, walk away from the bong, and get a real life...
How long would it be before the feds control production, potency, distribution, sales and taxation? That individuals growing plants becomes illegal?
Corporate America and the tax man are going to end up controlling this, of course. It's not their nature to be left out of something so profitable. I'm seriously anti-drug, so think it's funny, except for the part about civilization is falling apart. Anyone who thought they'd be better off in the long run with legal marijuana than with illegal but tolerated if use was discrete marijuana must be stoned.
And, much worse. I believe addiction to the use of substances and alcohol might be a major problem in the very leadership of this nation and way beyond. Only now has a major book been written about how Germany legalized the same mind altering drugs for Hitler, his government, his staff and even his doctors who were addicted themselves, which played a definite role in the rise and fall of the Third Reich. Every American, at this moment in history, should read the well researched story of all that in Norman Ohler’s book, BLITZED, Drugs in the Third Reich. It should be required reading in high schools and colleges, as well, for I believe it is a major elephant in America’s room today and is responsible for much of the narcissism which is clearly evident in the media, academia, the legal profession and governments. When the brain’s frontal lobes are not functioning due to drug use, the animal in human beings takes over and the outcome is always tragic in one way or another. READ THIS BOOK!
For your intrest.
Nope. It's the voters who are doing it.
Thanks for the ping.
As voters across the country are voting for medical cannabis programs & recreational cannabis programs it’s no surprise to me a group like this would form.
I’d much rather the legal cannabis industry set high quality standards for cannabis production than see the federal gov’t force a set of regulations that only serve gov’t’s need to grow itself.
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